GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Disney World Visitor Statistics [Fresh Research]

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"In 2019, Walt Disney World Resort in Florida had approximately 20.86 million visitors."

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"The average daily attendance at Disney World’s Magic Kingdom in Orlando is approximately 57,000 visitors."

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"In 2019, the average visitor spent $132.43 for a day pass to the Disney World theme parks."

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"In a 2017 survey, 75% of Disney World visitors reported being “very satisfied” with their experience."

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"Disney World guests are willing to wait an average of 45 minutes for attractions and rides."

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"There has been a 2.3% annual increase in visitors to Disney World from 2014 to 2019."

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"The average visitor’s spending on souvenirs during a Disney World vacation is $69.30 per person."

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"In 2019, EPCOT at Walt Disney World had a 4.2% increase in attendance."

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"On average, single-day tickets to Disney World cost between $109 and $159."

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"Over 50% of Walt Disney World Resort visitors stay between 5 and 7 nights."

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"During 2020’s COVID-19 pandemic, Disney World’s attendance dropped 80% compared to the previous year."

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"The average Disney World visitor clicks 120 photos per day."

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"Disney World in Orlando is the most visited theme park in the world."

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"Approximately 155,000 guests visit Disney World on a peak day during the holiday season."

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"In 2018, Disney’s Animal Kingdom experienced the largest growth of any Disney theme park worldwide, with a 9.86% increase in attendance."

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"Disney World visitors consume about 50 million Coca-Cola products annually."

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"In 2017, approximately 42% of all U.S. households with children under age 18 had visited a Disney theme park."

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